You will need a For Next loop for that. Cells j, 1. Select Sheet1. Copy Sheet PasteSpecial x1pastevalue. The paste enumeration is XL not X1. Here is a list of the pastespecial method paste type enumerations on the MSDN help site. Glad to hear it is working now. There are a lot of little nuances like this when learning VBA, but it does get easier over time. Thanks again! I have a MacPro so assume that Excel is and am having trouble executing the first easy command:.
You say that you can run the command by pressing F8. I also notice a yellow marker.
I keep pushing F8 and nothing happens. I believe you have the Mac version of Excel. Try it out and let me know. I tried the below script but it only copied the value into sheet2 but not the color that I set on sheet1. I also tried the below and the color format was copied to c1 but not the value of a1. Hi Sam, That is correct. You are using the PasteSpecial options to paste the formulas. This only pastes the formulas or values, and does not paste formatting.
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PasteFormats only pastes the formats and does not paste values or formulas. If you want to paste everything then just leave the Paste argument out. Great videos, thanks for making them. I was wondering if you could give me some advice? Starting at cell A1, populating through to A25 with the number 1, then from cell A26 populate the next 25 cells with 2, all the way up to 25 So in essence create 50 groups of 25 cells, with each set of cells increasing by 1, ending up with rows.
Hi Brad, Sorry to not get back to you sooner. Yes, I can help with that. We can use a For Next Loop to create the sequence of numbers. Here is the code:. This code will loop through the numbers 1 to It uses the Offset property to offset 25 rows each time in the loop. It also uses the Resize property to resize the range to 25 rows tall. Then it sets the value of the 25 cells in that range equal to the current number of the variable lRow in the loop. In regards to my previous post, you mention in the first video that there is no need to do the selection like the record macro does, however, is this necessary if you want to cut the selected range and not just copy it?
Hi Elizabeth, No, the Cut method will work similar to copy. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Jon, Thank you for your free and clear video tutorials. I have to do the same sort of thing, repetitively and want to know if there is a way to loop the action instead of specifying each copy range and paste range? Hi Elizabeth, Great question. The setup of the loop will depend on what you want to loop through to change the range references for the copy paste. Do you want to loop through rows, columns, or specific ranges?
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Let me know and I will provide more help. Based on the data numbers, separate excel files needs to create with the details available in summary file using copy and paste values. The code sample above contains an example of how to copy and paste between workbooks. Is that what you are looking for? How would you use the above with a named range.
Hi James, For that line of code, the destination range will have to be the same size rows and columns as the named range. That means that only the value in A1 will be changed. So, A1 needs to be changed to reference a range that is the same number of rows and columns as the named range.
You could use something like the following code for that. I am trying to copy and paste the same data range on multiple worksheets onto a single summary tab. Do you have any tips on how to accomplish that? I actually have a free video series on macros and VBA, and we cover that exact scenario in the 2nd video. I cover it step-by-step in video 2 of that series and also provide an example file so you can use the code and modify it.
Hi Graham, Great question! The Workbooks Property represents a collection of all the open workbooks on the computer. So you only need to reference the workbook name, and not the file path. The following is the correct code. If the workbooks are not open then you will need to add lines of code above that to first open the workbook. The following line uses the Workbooks. Open method to open the workbook.
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I look forward to revising my code. Thanks David!
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Subscribe above to stay updated. More about me Generic filters. Hidden label. Jon Acampora. In the following three videos I explain: The most efficient method for a simple copy and paste in VBA. The easiest way to paste values. How to use the PasteSpecial method for other paste types. Range "A1". Copy Worksheets "Sheet2". Worksheets "Sheet1".
Range "A2". You may also like. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Hi Jon, Wonderful training, information and resources…thank you very much!